This week’s special guest is Geoffrey Tolle. We talk research and science. We also talk about Geoffrey’s latest fermentation project.
Immobilized Microbe Fermentation Kopsahelis, Nikolaos; Panas, Panayiotis; Kourkoutas, Yiannis; Koutinas, Athanasious A. “Evaluation of the Thermally Dried Immobilized Cells of Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus on Apple Pieces as a Potent Starter Culture”. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. V 55, n 24: 9829-9836 (2007). DOI 10.1021/jf0719712.
Kourkoutas, Y.; Komaitis, M.; Koutinas, A. A.; Kanellaki, M. “Wine Production Using Yeast Immobilized on Apple Pieces as Low and Room Temperatures”. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. V 49, n 03: 1417-1425 (2001). DOI 10.1021/jf000942n.
Easy Trick with Bread Yeast Yeh, Lien-Te; Charles, Albert Linton; Ho, Chi-Tang; Huang, Tzou-Chi. “a Novel Bread Making Process Using Salt-Stressed Baker’s Yeast”. Journal of Food Science. V 74, n 9: 399-402 (2009). DOI 10.1111/j.1750-3841.2009.01337.x.
Construction Fermentation Raut, Supriya; Sarode, D. D.; Lele, S. S. “Biocalcification Using B. pasteurii for Strengthening Brick Masonry Civil Engineering Structures”. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. V 30: 191-200 (2014). DOI 10.1007/s11274-013-1439-5.
(Open Access) - Zamarreño, Dania V.; Inkpen, Robert; May, Eric. “Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and their Use as a Limestone Consolidate”. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. V 75, n 18: 5981-5990 (2009). DOI 10.1128/AEM.02079-08.
Sources of On-Line Information:
Open Access 2012 and earlier) – Journal of the Institute of Brewing.
Open Access. Technical but might be helpful.
Open Access to a lot of On-Line Journals. Using the search function is crude but easiest.
Some Open Access. This provides info on US government-funded papers that are supposed to be public access but there are still kinks. It doesn’t have as many fermentation articles as one might like but it’s helpful. You can set up an automatic search and alert.
A Lot of Open Access. A lot in Japanese but still a Lot of Good Stuff that You Can’t Find Elsewhere.
Also, just because a journal is behind a pay-wall doesn’t mean, usually, that you can’t take a look at the abstract for it. If you find a couple of articles that you’re interested in, then your state library or state university library may be able to help you get a copy of the article.
The CRC Press has a number of very good (and expensive) books on fermentation. You may not be able to afford them but you might be able to borrow them through inter-library loan.
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